From Those Who Know

John S. Swift
You don’t have to know John S. Swift very long before you come to the conclusion that the name fits the man. John Swift is a savvy businessman that’s always Read More
Larry Allen
ONE COMPANY, ONE AIRPLANE Airplanes have helped power the arc of Larry Allen’s career from a young computer services technician to the owner and operator of a successful computer maintenance Read More
Maria Plunket
FIFTEEN YEARS OF TWIN COMMANDER FLYING BREEDS RESPECT Go ahead, admit it: You don’t just like your airplane, as in “I like the car I drive.” No, it goes much Read More
Mark Dziuban
Try as he might, Mark Dziuban couldn’t help but end up a printer. “Both my grandfathers owned small print shops, and my father was a printer,” he says. “I did Read More
Michael Alper
Michael Alper and his family took a European vacation this year, as they often do. This year Cannes, France, was the destination and, as they often do, they got there Read More
NOAA
Twin Commanders are at their best when flying high and fast. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has long known that they also do a pretty fair job of Read More
Pete Nickerson
Here’s what an online site has to say about one Pete Nickerson: Pete…is a co-founder and director of Growth-Link Overseas Company, a Hong Kong based firm founded in 1988. The Read More
Richard Hansen
NONE CAN DO WHAT IT DOES When Richard Hansen bought a 690C Model 840 Twin Commander for his company, Furnas Electric, in 1988 he had no idea that, 21 years Read More
Rick Butler
Rick Butler, a successful real estate developer based in Lakewood, Colorado, is partial to the color green, as in doing his part to keep the world a healthy green through Read More
Rob Barnett
One feature in particular makes the Twin Commander a superb platform for aerial observation missions—visibility. A high wing and engines and propellers that are positioned well aft of the cockpit Read More